'The Bachelorette' 2020 Finale: What's Tayshia Adams' profession? Zac Clark asks her to be a stay-at-home mom
'Why are Tayshia’s only options being a stay-at-home mom or a waitress?' asked a fan
'The Bachelorette' has come to an end with Tayshia Adams left to choose between Zac Clark and Ben Smith. She seems to be quite taken by both the men but as far as we know, the bachelorette gave the final rose to Zac but not before she has gone out on enough and more dates with him and tasked him with challenges over the past few weeks.
But their recent dates together were more of the "exploratory" nature and had a lot to do with how they approach a completely new subject. For instance, they went for a dancing class together and even painted a canvas with their bodies. It was a fresh experience for the couple, which definitely brought them closer so much so that Tayshia was more than eager to have her family meet Zac.
The meet-the-parents was a decent session. He was grilled a little but all the answers were satisfactory especially the bit when Zac said he saw himself starting a family with Tayshia. Tayshia has been through a divorce and it was only natural for her folks to feel concerned about the big step she was about to take. Later, when the couple shared a little chat, Zac assured how he would always be by Tayshia side and love her even when she is a stay-at-home mom or a waitress. This comment may have come across as endearing for Tayshia but fans were enraged.
"Zac: "If in five years, you're a stay at home mom or a waitress, it doesn't matter to me." I mean, I get what he was trying to say, but," a fan commented, while another shared: "Idk what you’ll be in the future...’stay at home mom or waitress idk’ “#TheBachelorette." "Why are Tayshia’s only options being a stay at home mom or a waitress #TheBachelorette," a user tweeted. "Zac Do you think tayshia can only be stay at home mom or waitress? Could you not think of other professions for your wife?!! What job does she have now? @BacheloretteABC #TheBachelorette."
Zac: "If in five years, you're a stay at home mom or a waitress, it doesn't matter to me."— Alisa Williams (@AWWritesStories) December 23, 2020
I mean, I get what he was trying to say, but...#TheBachelorette #TheBacheloretteFinale pic.twitter.com/chSTqTQFEl
“Idk what you’ll be in the future...’stay at home mom or waitress idk’ “#TheBachelorette— Kyle Hunter (@k_hunter26) December 23, 2020
So, what is Tayshia's profession? When she first appeared in 'The Bachelor', she was practising phlebotomy, which meant drawing blood for diagnosis and such. She was then engaged as an interior designer with a design firm, Vulture reported. In October 2020 on Click Bait podcast, she announced that she was building a beauty brand. "I’m no longer working in the medical field. If anything, I’m doing something that I’m more passionate about, which is being in the lifestyle and beauty space. [I’m] creating a brand that’ll hopefully empower and build up women," she said.
'The Bachelorette' finale aired on ABC on December 22 at 8/7c. For more information, check your local listings.